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partnership with the federal government to bring two large solar projects to california. >> climate change is on the way. and we got to do something about it. >> governor jerry brown held a press conference in san francisco. the projects are in riverside county and a wind farm planned in november. they are expected to power 340,000 homes. >>> we start off the morning with coastal fog, dense fog advisory was in effect, we will see dense fog again tomorrow morning. fog moving in right now. that is the south tower of the bridge. i know we have fog by the cliff house, you can see it there. fog over the hills, it will have an impact on tomorrow's highs. 80 today in santa rosa. 84 morgan hill. temperatures drop off tomorrow. just going to drop off a couple degrees. instead of 80 degrees, we will be 68, 72. mid-70s as well. we are dry and we stay dry. we have been warm. we will stay warm but trend down because of the fog. model isn't picking it up. we have fog at the beach and towards pacifica and half moon bay. the fall will make it further inland tonight. the forecast highs tomorrow, about what
to hang people for it, now they just get a slap on the wrist. the proposed change to a law that california ranchers were wrangling over today. >>> today is national ag day. one state law maker using this day to introduce a new bill that would make tougher penalties for cattle rustling. ken pritchett is live in liver more. he talked to one cattle owner who has been hit hard by he's. >> reporter: not too long ago cattle rustlers took two heifers. nobody was caught. thigh are animals that are accustomed to people. it likely wasn't difficult when cattle rustlers made off with a dozen of them. >> those animals were worth well over $22,000 on that day. >> reporter: we talked with ranch owner by phone. he says the heifers were a month away from dropping calves. $22,000 doesn't even covert loss. >> worth many times that if you consider the number of calves they will produce. >> reporter: the value of cattle has gone up by as many as 50% in recent years, making theft more tempting and the consequences if caught are light. frank has a bill to change that. >> the people convicted of stealing will sta
. >>> oakland's first friday street fair is getting started right now, but people will see changes after a deadly shooting last month. >> and we are learning new details on a change of venue late today for the memorial plans of two slain santa cruz police officers. >>> good evening. i'm julie haener. >> and i'm ken wayne. frank is off tonight. oakland's first friday street fair is getting under way right now for the first time since the man was fatally shot last month. rob roth spoke to city officials who now say they are doing things differently to try to prevent another strategy. rob? >> reporter: ken, first friday is just getting started on telegraph avenue in downtown oakland. people are still arriving. the streets are closed. and there's a peace concert going on in memory of kiante campbell, shot to death at last month's first friday. oakland has made a number of changes this time, hoping that nothing like that happens here again. at this art gallery on telegraph avenue, an antiviolence display is going up, asking people to keep first friday safe. oakland police say -- oakland
change at that land mark bridge. >>> the u.s. supreme court takes up prop 8 and same-sex marriage in 5 days. we talked with the couple who are at the center of the lawsuit. they are one of two couples who are plaintiffs in the biggest civil rights cases. on tuesday the u.s. supreme court will hear arguments and whether proposition 8 is unconstitutional. >> for a family, it is an important struggle and there has been sacrifice and at the same time it has been -- it is a huge honor. >> they will travel to washington, d.c. for the arguments and their twin sons will join them in the courtroom. and ktvu's david stevenson is heading to washington, d.c. to cover the arguments over prop 8 before the u.s. supreme court. we will have live reports from him throughout the day on monday and tuesday. >>> new tonight at 6:00 p.m. a lot of work going on at the golden gate bridge. ktvu's consumer editor tom vacar is live with what drives can expect, including a change with the speed limit there. tom? >> reporter: all of the changes, the best thing you can do is make sure you get yourself one of these.
without a contract since july. one of their concerns is a change by management to using part time employees. >> they don't have the concern and care for the customers. you will have a negative impact on the customers that impacts our jobs. >> southwest had no public comment on the issue of temporary workers what they are anxious to continue negotiating. >>> season chavez was hahn -- cisar chavez was honored today in san jose. >> the students walked to the mexico heritage plaza. this is the 20th year they held the march. cisar chavez day will be observed monday. >>> paying property taxes became more convenience for some. you can use your iphone or ipad. the app is available on itunes and you can use their website. the second installment is due by april 10. >>> the chp is helping up -- the california highway patrol is offering a free class to help seniors improve their driving skills, refresh their knowledge of rules and learn thew adjustment to -- learn how to adjustment to changes. >>> ribbon cutting ceremonies mark the san francisco's newest fire station. station 1 is now open fo
with challenges such as implementing healthcare changes. >> there are a lot of changes happening that are impacting local government so i think it requires somebody who is experienced. >> so far five people pulled nomination papers and paid the fee. candidates have till wednesday at 5:00 p.m. to file. >>> they are update over the owner wanting to raise the health plan. they are asking workers to shoulder huge increases in the employee health plan. the hike would cost workers hundreds of dollars a year. they did not comment on the labor talks. >>> mayor ed lee joined hotel workers to celebrate a contract deal. the mayor along with the workers and union leaders gathered at the hilton san francisco union square hotel. the contract was set to expire in august. it is a effort with healthen hotels -- with hilton hotels in six cities. >> they will have health benefits, they will have a pension that they can rely on for years and years to come. >> it lasts till 2018. the union said today they plan to work on securing better contracts with other hotel groups. >>> the administrator has a l
released a report today saying the number of job openings continues to increase, causing a major change in how job seekers look at opportunities. ktvu consumer editor joins us live from one of those businesses with job openings in alameda. >> economic indicators, like signs that point the way and this is most definitely a sign of the times. more often than not, you see signs on buildings offering employment. even the guys who usually hock pizzas find this an effective method to hook other businesses into hiring them. all of this, small economic indicators that have been reflected of temporary employment agencies this year. >> things have picked up since january. and i am often someone cautiously optimistic. after three months, i'm feeling like i have seen a definite improvement. >> friends who struggled to get positions have been able to find something within the last year. >> amazingly, says former director, the picking up is reflected in of all things, how people leave their jobs. >> each month the united states, there are 4 million separations. 4million changes of jobs. >> some
called for a change in how doctors are disciplined disciplined for over prescribing. speakers called for changes in the way the medical board handles complaints about doctors. he wants a new board made up of people who are not doctors. >> in our culture we put trust in positions, we have them have amazing investments in education so sometimes it is harder for them to recognize when something is amiss. >> he introduced a bill to create a new database on doctors who over resign drugs -- prescribe drugs. >>> some students received free eye exams. the bus serves high poverty neighbors where some -- neighborhoods where some might go without eye care. they conducted eye screenings. 6,000 children a year receive vision care through this program. >>> recent anti-gay remarks urged him to call for changes. he said gays should be banned from holding prominent political positions. she is now looking into what is needed to rename the street that was named after the co- founder. >>> california's agricultural industry is facing a labor shortage. they say more than 70% of agricultural producers expe
teachers enough time to find new jobs. >>> time to start planning for the weekend, the temperature changes i am tracking and st. patrick's day. >> last seen alive in san jose, what police say witnesses may have seen that could solve this case. >> they lost their only child in the connecticut shooting, their plea for a solution to predict and prevent another tragedy. hgn >>> the sheriff's department uncovered new details in a homicide. the body of eric garcia was found in the mountains. investigators say he is a member of a motorcycle club. they now know he was last seen on september 19 at the park lane lounge in san jose with members of the rival club. >>> three months go 20 children and 6 adults were gunned down at sandy hook elementary school. ktvu's david stevenson is live with families are asking to help prevent another tragedy. david? >> reporter: that's right. parents of children slain at sandy hook elementary school today told us they are turning to companies to prevent more gun violence. >> last friday would have been his 7th birthday. >> reporter: parents of three children explain
to complain about but there are some changes coming ahead. >> we haven't been talking about rain clouds too much. that will be changing in our private forecasts. outside a few high clouds. our camera is looking out into wind speeds haven't picked up. the chp issue. as far as temperatures they may range from the mid 50s out towards santa rosa. the latest rates now on the storm tracker. just a few high clouds moving in two parts of the region if you can see most of the clouds. eventually approaching the next several hours. even a few low 70s. last check they reported 63 degrees. i mentioned the wind speed. they are sustained at 24 miles per hour. and a fairfield wind sustained. the gusty winds will remain in place for this evening. tomorrow is a st. patrick's day. it will be miles out there. tuesday and wednesday rain chances are really going up as we do have into wednesday and some cooler temperatures. first thing tomorrow morning partly cloudy skies some patchy fog. so pull out there. the readings in the low 40s. pacifica 59 and san jose starting out sunday morning at 46 degrees. this will
is changing the way it fights crime and the chief said the new policing model is depending on community involvement. the goal is for the department to work directly with the community, oakland will be divided into five districts and a cap opinion will be responsible for each one and they will interact with neighborhood advisory committees, something oakland residents seem open to try. >> not trusting people like they used to. >> oakland police said they don't know how many people will sit on the advisories board, but they say it would be an application process and anyone could apply. >>> contra costa county raymond harris died after being shot while on the stairs leading to the station. richmond police say it appears the shooting happened following an argument. >> friends and relatives paid their respects in san francisco for a family killed by an alleged drunk driver in daly city. a woman and her two sons, 23 years old and 15 years old died after their car was broadsided by a speeding driver earlier this month. police arrested a 28-year-old sunnyvale man who faces three counts of gross
comparison shop on health plan quality as well as price. >> i was shocked i don't know if i would change. i love the ability to shop. >> reporter: in 6 months, californians will be able to select competitive coverage through state run healthcare exchanges. having a handy way to check and compare prices as well as quality should improve both. john fowler ktvu channel 2 news. >>> you can check out the report card for yourself and see how your health plan and medical group fair. just look under web links on the home page. >>> the same sex marriage battle before the u.s. supreme court today turned to the federal defense of marriage act. ktvu channel 2 dave stephenson is live in washington d.c. >> reporter: the woman who was headlining the doma case made a big impression on the crowd in washington d.c. today. all eyes were on 83-year-old edith windsor. >> i am today a lesbian who sued the united states of america, which is kind of overwhelming for me. >> reporter: she's challenges the defense of marriage act which denies federal benefits to same sex marriage couples. >> in the midst
andino was speeding and making aggressive lane changes when he lost control near the redwood landfill just before 1:15 this afternoon. his volkswagen rear ended a gmc yukon. andino suffered serious injuries. the lanes were closed so that a medic helicopter could land. >>> chavez served as president for 14 years, the socialist leader gained popularity for using the nation's oil income to pay for many social programs for the poor. but he was also a polarizing figure to americans for close ties with cuban leader fidel castro. we've learned that venezuela's foreign minister has said that the vice president has assumed the presidency there in venezuela. >>> people gather in the mission district for a memorial rally for the venezuelan president. these pictures came from news chopper 2 just a few minutes ago from the b.a.r.t. station. you can see a crowd of a couple dozen people with signs and banners reading viva chavez. >>> happening now, the big unveiling of the bay bridge light art installation is less than three hours away. ktvu's allie rasmus is live in san francisco where she talked t
era n brewer faces charges of vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence. chang was killed saturday night as she crossed san francisco's sloat boulevard. prosecutors say chang was celebrating her 17th birthday that day. brewer's bail is set at $20,000. he is due to return to court march 27th. >>> happening right now, collin kaepernick is wrapping up an autograph signing. 49ers faithful have been lined up for hours to get a glimpse of kaepernick. but here's what's happening now the crowd is so large that they're trying to shut the doors to the safe way and end this autograph signing session. it was supposed to go to 6:30 but we've been watching this crowd and some of this are now chanting let us in, let us in. this is going on at a safeway store in danville. gives you some idea of just how popular collin kaepernick is. arguably one of the most popular athletes in the country right now. happening in danville, there's a big situation there at the safeway. hundreds maybe 1,000 people all waiting in line to see collin kaepernick and get his autograph. but the problem is there
since the hub opened they have noticed a change and some of the action was captured on camera. when the sixth street public safety hub opened residents and business owners hoped for quick results. impact is what they got. cameras captured this crime an hour after the official opening. the target an 80-year-old man with a walker. watch as the thief picks his pocket and punched him if the face. a officer runs to the rescue. able to take him into custody. >> police say this illustrates the need for the new hub and it's effectiveness. there's probation and homeless service and 24 officers assigned to patrol the area on foot. with the increase in staffing of the foot beat they have noticed a difference. >> i didn't see drug attics -- addicts. it's cleaner. >> what you do see is lots of police, including the officer that stopped that crime in progress is a reluctant celebrity. there's police on foot, walking around everywhere, it's a huge difference, huge. like night and day now. officers know this is just the beginning and there's talk of expanding the community services offered out of t
project. last week crews changed foothill boulevard so it's now one way north from it's intersection with jackson street and mission boulevard. mission is one way south from eighth street to jackson foothill. on thursday city officials are scheduled to update residents on the project and answer questions. >>> it's about to feel a lot more like spring. in just seven minutes we're going to tell you how many temperatures are going to climb. >> garbage collectors in a heap of trouble. >> these folks aren't taking the garbage to the landfill, they're dumping them in our streets. >> we will tell you what happened when people were busted during the operation. >>> we have just learned within the last few minutes that san bruno police have secured that suspicious package we were telling you about that was found at skyline college. we're told the context of the package were not dangerous. it was found in building seven. the entire college was evacuated today. the school was closed at of 4:00 this afternoon -- as of 4:00 this afternoon. the campus will be open tomorrow for saturday classes. >>>
wouldn't change my plan unless you are painting, most of the outdoor activities, things you want to do you will be fine with the next few days, it'll be unstable, chance of a shower in the forecast each day as we go in to the bay area weekend. the weekend is your best chance for a real shower. saturday and sunday. that's easter. between now and then it's just nuisance stuff. that's how it appears. the forecast tonight, maybe a sprinkle in the far county, santa rosa, north. a slight sprinkle, chance along the coast, maybe in the hill around the coast and -- sun as well and clouds. the extended forecast more of what i just said. as we go into tonight, clouds, and -- there is drizzle. that's tomorrow or that's -- late tonight. then you go into tomorrow morning early, more sprinkles around, what do you do with this? this nuisance stuff. i don't think it'll impact the morning drive. heaviest activity many as to be around ten but you just go about your business. there may be a little glaze on the roads but that's about it. what i showed you is how we go the next 72 hours, tomorrow am chance,
't walk away from that fact as more engineering was done as we've had to make changes to protect communities and farmland, and those things have costs associated with them. >> the cost is still a huge issue. the gao reports that obtaining nearly $39 billion in federal funding is one of the project's biggest hurdles. >>> in a separate development, high-speed rail officials voted to approve $810 million in bonds to finance the linkage of the rails to existing local and regional rail lines. they also approved issuing more than $8 billion in bonds earlier this month, and the entire project is estimated to cost $68 billion. >>> new numbers show that california's job market gained steam last month. california added more than 41,000 jobs in february bringing the jobless rate down to 9. 6% down from 9. 8% in january. most were in the leisure and hospitality sector. >>> california's great america theme park in santa clara opened for the season this morning. the park employs 2500 people during the run from march through october, many of them, teenagers. the park may have bigger crowd this
from burying traffic loads to changing temperatures, to great earthquakes. >> the concrete will set within 2 to 4 hours. but then it needs to cure for about a week. after it cures for a week, it will be strong for vehicles to travel over it. >> september 3 will be open for 150 years of business, also opening in what will be the year of bay area infrastructure, the slide and tunnels. reporting live, consumer editor, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> more details now as we take another live look at the new eastern span of the bay bridge. caltran, that's a suspension side of the bay bridge. caltrans says crews have a lot to do before the new eastern span opens on september 3. that includes coating and painting the main cable, installing the rest of the lights and utilities, plus the final paving and allowing the bridge to absorb earthquake shocks. you can go to for more on the eastern span of the bay bridge, including information on the walk across the bridge on labor day. just click on the bay bridge project tab on the home page. >> in hayward, authorities are investigating a crash
picking up more. let's come in real close now. you see the colors change. look at the rain and the yellow. it's a pulse that's going to slide through in about the next 45 minutes or so. at this point, when this moves inland it's going to start to make it slow going on highway 101 north and south bound. mission hip, you can see east of that area you have heavyier rain. most people now are getting real light showers. in the area of yellow you're seeing more intense rain. not on full speed but moderil wipers. tonight at 8:00 we see more showers. right now it's pre frontal stuff. more showers at 8:00, more showers at 9:00. a little break at 11:00 and a break overnight. we get into tomorrow morning, maybe a little wet on the commute. just after the morning commute we have this and more scattered showers at lunch time. impact ice spread out and all over the place. after that it's just more widely scattered showers. maybe scattered showers in the afternoon commute tomorrow. maybe a half inch of rain. it's really kind
than it has been. this system moving in is going to change our climate quite a bit as it increases the clouds tomorrow and brings in lower snow levels, cold air coming in, and produces rain. are we going to get a lot of rain? it's going to be a good amount of rain. i think we can see a half inch to an inch of rain. it would be nice if there were multiple storms out there. right now looks like one storm with impulses that will feed through as we go into the day overnight tuesday, wednesday, and then into thursday, but it's nothing super well organized except this first hit as we go into tomorrow night early wednesday morning. so if we get an inch of raven, that would be great. we need more. there's not much behind this, but we will notice low snow levels, and we will notice a wet morning commute. i think the big impact by tomorrow night it's not raining that hard here but by wednesday morning the roadways are wet. here we are tomorrow. clouds increase. showers show up in the north they say after 4:00 then overnight the shoirs move in and that's going to leave wet road waist on your
,000 workers per year in. workers would get the same wages as u.s. citizens and they would be able to change jobs and they could seek permanent residency. the bill could be introduced the week after next. >>> dozens of police officers descended on an em cerrito elementary school this morning but -- el cerrito elementary school this morning but it was just a drill. this morning three bay area police departments used castro elementary school to train for a scenario where an active shooter is on the campus. el cerrito, nova doe and contra costa officers learned to work together in worst-case scenarios. >> this training is something we've been taking part in since columbine. ' our agency grows and new officers come in, it's important that we continue the training. >> they say the training is the key component of the year-long focus on preparing for any active shooting situations in the community. >>> governor jerry brown has issued 65 pardons on this day before easter. most were given to people convicted of selling or possessing drugs. but one convicted murderer was also pardoned. governor brown
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and how he can change things in the ring. how he can adapt to any style. how there's no blueprint to beat him. there's a blueprint to beat everybody. with my style i can adapt to anything just as well as he can. you know a lot of these fighters they underestimate. they think that they're just going to walk through me. it's a whole different story when you're in the ring with me. >> all right, we'll see. it's coming up in vegas in way. that's the sporting life at this hour. >> thanks, mark. >>> we told you earlier about that fatal mauling of a young woman who worked as an intern here in california. tonight on the 10:00 news and show you how the handers take care of their animals. >> thank you for joining us. we're here for you on and mobile ktvu. thanks for joining us.
bridge went off for an hour to raise awareness about climate change. >>> he shot my child. >> a dramatic 911 call after a shooting that killed a little 13-month-old. the message the mother had for the killer. >>> also, using fake victims to train for a real emergency. the drill today in one contra costa county city. >>> mild weather remains over the bay area at this hour. coming up, what you can expect for this evening and the warmer weather expected tomorrow. >>> and what nasa is now saying about a bright streak of light seen across the east coast sky. . >>> some oakland hills residents got a frightening wake-up call this morning. a tree fell on this tree on oakwood drive in mont claire. the 75 foot high tree hit the car. it blocked traffic for a time. no word on what caused the tree to fall. no one was hurt. >>> in oakland the search is on tonight four the driver who fatally struck a pedestrian and then drove off. police say the man was walking in the 5300 block of foothill boulevard near cole street when he was hit. the victim is from emeryville. no suspect or vehicle description that
. not a big deal but still a change in the overall weather pattern. a look ahead to your five-day forecast with your weekend always in view. monday, partly sunny skies, and then we have another storm to talk about. this is a real one for tuesday. on tuesday, the chance of some rain developing in the north bay in the afternoon, spreading south throughout the entire bay area in the evening hours and off and on showers likely by wednesday. we'll keep it on the radar by 10:00. >> wee due for a storm. thank you, mark. >>> a bay area tradition gets underway today in oakland. >> that's right. we'll show you some of the treasures bargain hunters dug up at the annual white elephant sale. hello? the words are going this way-there's no way. oh, the lights came on. isn't technology supposed to make life easier? at chase we're pioneering innovations that make banking simple. deposit a check with a photo. pay someone with an email. and bank seamlessly with our award-winning mobile app. take a step forward... and chase what matters. good. no, not good. he's a vegetarian and he's going to be here in 20 mi
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